Aalborg, Denmark, Sunday September 2nd 2001
(directly before Eurospeech-2001)
Call for Papers for
the Special Issue of Speech Communication related to the workshop.
The CRAC workshop is concerned with speech and
audio recognition based on partial information
techniques. It is an opportunity for researchers in sound
organization, acoustic source separation, robust speech recognition
and incomplete evidence inference to come together and share ideas.
The workshop is now successfully concluded. Thank you to everyone who
participated, and in particular to the authors and presenters who made
for such a rich and interesting day.
This web site is now the permanent record of the event, including:
- Technical program, including links to
all of the papers.
- Zip file of the proceeding as a set
of PDF files, including all the papers, hyperlinked contents, and
an Acrobat-readable content-based index (9 MB).
- Photo gallery of pictures from the day.
- Added call for papers for the special
issue arising from the workshop.
- Added Martin Cooke's pictures to the
- Post-workshop modifications, including release of all papers and the
PDF zip package.
- Final details of registration costs and workshop format are in
this email message.
- Information on participating in the workshop is
here. Most of the final papers have now
been linked into the technical program.
- Author notifications sent out by email; provisional technical program posted
- Pre-Eurospeech deadline reminder/FAQ sent out.
- Expansion and reorganization of introductory material.
- First version of web site put in place.
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